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Univision Turns Recuerdo 107.9FM Into H20

See also: Scenes from the H20 Music Festival

As an extension of the inaugural H20 Music Festival at the Cotton Bowl earlier this month, which featured regional favorites like Paulina Rubio and Bobby Pulido, as well as national acts like Weezer, Spanish-language station Recuerdo 107.9 was changed to Radio H20 earlier this afternoon, and is rebranding itself to reach a bigger bilingual market, now playing hip-hop and and pop, like locals Play-n-Skillz and Lady Gaga.

It looks like the station is still in the process of revamping its site, but their new format is streaming live now, and features a heavy rotation of Top 40 hits.

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